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Residents urged to complete coronavirus survey

Gateshead resident survey 2020

Residents are being urged to complete a survey which features questions about how their circumstances have changed as a result of coronavirus. 

We have launched the survey, which is available until Friday 31 July, to gain an insight into the impact of Covid-19 on the borough. Responses will be analysed as we develop a Recovery Strategy in the coming months. 

We intend to repeat the survey at regular intervals to ensure that any changes to public feeling are considered. 

Take the survey Gateshead Council Leader, Martin Gannon said: "We're pleased to be launching this survey, which is a key part of engaging with our residents and involving them in our decision-making process.

"The current situation is having an impact on all of us and we are keen to find out more about how local people are coping at this time. Doing so will ensure that the specific needs of local people inform Gateshead's recovery efforts. It is crucial that as a local authority we keep connected with local people, seeing how the pandemic is affecting lives, what services people are accessing and what changes people would like to see made.

"We would urge all of those who live in the borough to fill in the survey and help shape our future work." 

 

 

Gateshead resident survey 2020
23 June 2020

Residents are being urged to complete a survey which features questions about how their circumstances have changed as a result of coronavirus. 

We have launched the survey, which is available until Friday 31 July, to gain an insight into the impact of Covid-19 on the borough. Responses will be analysed as we develop a Recovery Strategy in the coming months. 

We intend to repeat the survey at regular intervals to ensure that any changes to public feeling are considered. 

Take the survey Gateshead Council Leader, Martin Gannon said: "We're pleased to be launching this survey, which is a key part of engaging with our residents and involving them in our decision-making process.

"The current situation is having an impact on all of us and we are keen to find out more about how local people are coping at this time. Doing so will ensure that the specific needs of local people inform Gateshead's recovery efforts. It is crucial that as a local authority we keep connected with local people, seeing how the pandemic is affecting lives, what services people are accessing and what changes people would like to see made.

"We would urge all of those who live in the borough to fill in the survey and help shape our future work." 

 

 

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